Triumph Aviation Services forged an agreement with China Southern Airlines today (Feb. 7, Singapore) that has short- and long-term implications for the airline’s nacelle maintenance—and could provide Triumph with a potential footprint in China. The memorandum calls for Triumph to be China Southern’s supplier of choice for IAE 2500 and Pratt & Whitney PW4168 nacelles, which power Airbus A320 and A330s, respectively. Remy Maitam, who leads Triumph Aviation Services ...

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